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LaMonica Memorial Home

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OBITUARY

Louis R. Raimondi

August 16, 1933April 23, 2020

Louis R. Raimondi, formerly of Bloomfield, passed away on Thursday, April 23, 2020 in St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, at the age of 86.

Born in Newark to the late Louis and Carmela (Mildred) Raimondi, Louis attended Barringer High School and served in the U.S. Army as a Private First Class.

He lived in Bloomfield for 60 years relocating recently to West Orange in January 2020.

Louis spent 34 years working for the Township of Bloomfield. He retired as the Supervisor of Trees in 1996.

He was the beloved husband of the late Carmela “Connie” (nee Campolo), loving father of Louis T. Raimondi and wife Cindy,Joseph J. Raimondi and wife Michelle, and Lisa Christiano and husband Frank, dear brother of the late Rose Manochio, Connie Brango, Annette Witt, Gilda Romero-Palumbo, and Eleanor Giuliano, and cherished grandfather of Ashley, Benjamin, Carrie, Christopher, Gina Marie, Frank Rocco, and Alyssa Rose. He was also survived by 5 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

Funeral services are being privately held under the direction of the LaMonica Memorial Home in Livingston.

In lieu of flowers kindly consider a donation in Louis's memory to the Cancer Research Institute at cancerresearch.org or Online Giving RWJBanabas Health at rwjbh.org

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  • Passed Away

    Thursday, April 23, 2020

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Marlene Repoli

May 4, 2020

Gina, I was truly sad for the loss of your Dad! What a handsome man with a great smile! I enjoyed all the photos you shared! Beautiful memories of him! Be well! Marlene

Alyssa Raimondi

April 29, 2020

Papie,
To all the good times, the laughs, the hugs, and I love yous. You are in my heart forever. I love you and I already miss you. I am so lucky that I have an array of memories with you. From the times at the zoo from when I was a kid where we got ice cream to me coming over your house with “mcdoodles” which is what you called McDonald's. One of my favorite memories is when we would pick up our glass, take a sip, then say at the same time “ahh good stuff ahahaha”. Whenever I talked or saw you, you automatically brightened my day with your jokes, stories from the past, advice, or how you would offer your help with my school work because I was “almost getting smarter” than you. One thing I will miss the most is when I drove you home from when you came over to eat macaroni or hot dogs and hamburgers at my house. I would blast my playlist which consisted of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons along with Jay and the Americans and of course, one of your favorites- Roy Orbison. We would sing the whole way home. Whether it was times like these or when we would just sit and watch Fox News while talking at your kitchen table, I will miss it all. I feel content that you are with the love of your life, my grandma. As much as it hurts that you are no longer with us, I know you’re in a better place watching over me. I have unconditional love for you and I thank you for being the best grandpa ever!!
Love, Alyssa

Gina Christiano

April 29, 2020

Grandpa, you were the best man there ever was. From your obsession with werthers candies to explaining how my students are lucky he isn’t their teacher since he only went to Barringer High School, I will forever miss you.

I am grateful that we were able to share so many memories like prom, graduations, becoming a teacher, working at Franklin Elementary School in Bloomfield and many birthdays but sad that we won’t get to share memories like my wedding day and meeting my children. Although now, you have the best seat in the house sitting right beside grandma.

I miss you and love you dearly ❤️

Pia Capozzi

April 27, 2020

Dear Lisa and Family, During times of loss we find ourselves troubled by things we do not understand. There are no answers to comfort your grief, only lasting love and precious memories. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

Roxanne Gioseffi

April 27, 2020

Our deepest sympathies and condolences to Lisa, Louie, Joey and their families. May you find comfort in cherished memories of your father. May he RIP 🙏🏻
Roxanne & Danny Gioseffi

Danielle Angeloni

April 27, 2020

Lisa, Joey and Louie and families: I’m so, so sorry. Uncle Louie was a wonderful man. May your memories and the fact that he’s with your Mom again comfort you. ❤️ Love you all.

Patti Pierri

April 27, 2020

Dear Lisa What a beautiful memory from you n yes we are never ready for this but at some point in time we do have to face this. My heart is heavy for you n I understand how you feel but you have good memories to hold on to n that will get you through . Maybe your Mom wanted Him now . This we do not know You know they are together n that too is wonderful. He will never leave your heart and God be with you n comfort you as you grieve for your Dad Not every day is going to be a good one n then there are days he will make you smile .Cry when you need too for you will never forget My Dad has passed since 1960 n I still have days of sadness . God Bless you always Love n Hugs to you Patti Pierri

Bob Rozek

April 27, 2020

Rest in Peace Mr. Raimondi.

Dawn Quinn

April 27, 2020

I remember my childhood and some of my beat memories were coming and staying with my godmother and godfather. You were one of the good ones and will be missed greatly. So sorry to my cousins Lisa, Joey and Louie for your loss and sad that we couldn’t be together to celebrate uncle Lou’s life together. Sending my love to you all!❤️😘❤️

LISA RAIMONDI CHRISTIANO

April 27, 2020

Daddy ... I was not ready for this! I thought you would be safe being quarantined in an Assisted Living Facility but this virus found its way to you. It was just too much for your body to handle. We know you fought because the Nurses told us that you were fighting and that they knew you were a strong guy! I have no words right now for how I am feeling. Growing up I idolized you ... you were my first love and always will be! I thought we had more time!!! You were a great Dad, a wonderful grandfather, the perfect father in law and the best husband. I wanted you to experience so much more in this life but you were content with what you had. I pray you are at peace and Mommy is already giving you a hard time. I will miss you for the rest of my life .... I love you forever. Lisa ... your daughter (lol)

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